On August 24, a group of teachers and children from the Lao-Vietnamese Bilingual School Nguyen Du (Lao PDR) arrived to present incense at the Hung King Temple Historic Site. Representatives from the Central Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front's Foreign Affairs and Overseas Vietnamese Committees, the Provincial Fatherland Front Committee, the Provincial Department of Foreign Affairs, the Provincial Department of Culture, Sports, and Tourism, and the Provincial Union of Friendship Organizations attended the event.
The group reverently delivered incense, flowers, and offerings to remember the Hung Kings at Kinh Thien Palace on the summit of Nghia Linh Mountain. At the same time, he expressed his desire to visit Phu Tho province, the Vietnamese nation“s origin land, to gain a better understanding of the nation”s traditional cultural identity, the nation's glorious history of nation building and defense, and belief in Hung Kings worship. Following the incense giving ritual, the delegation was treated to a Xoan singing performance by artists and performers from the Phu Tho Provincial Art Troupe.
The program allows delegates to trade, meet, and learn about the history and culture of the two nations and ethnic groups, Vietnam and Laos. Since then, encouraging the spirit of solidarity and the cordial and friendly connection of the two peoples in general, and of the two nations' young generations in particular, has become more strong and permanent, ensuring that the Vietnam-Laos friendship is eternally viable.